Dingwall Trust is embracing Mental Health Awareness Week 2020. Never has it been more important to pay attention to our mental health in these uncertain times of Covid-19 and the upheaval the pandemic has wrought.
Using the Sir Mason Durie's description of mental health as the floor, and walls of a wharenui, Te Whare Tapa Wha we are focusing on a different pillar each day. Starting with Taha whanau (family and social), then Taha wairua (spiritual), followed by Whenua (land, roots) then Taha tinana (physical), and finishing with Taha hinengaro (mental and emotional). http://www.mhaw.nz
One of our activities this week is our Random Act of ...
Along with the rest of Auckland, Dingwall Trust has moved to Alert Level 2.5. Visitors are now allowed onsite, but only by prior arrangement. All visitors must sign in and use the Covid tracer app.
Children and young people have returned to school and social workers are now able to facilitate whanau visits. Our Launch personal advisors are also able to visit young people in the community.
All Dingwall staff are adhering to strict protocols with only 50 per cent on site at one time, using the tracer app when they do, washing and sanitising hands frequently and using masks while out in the community.
Thank you for helping us to ...